LABLION is an active participant of the 41st Annual NSH Symposium/Convention held in Washington DC from August 28 to September 2, 2015. We are honored to come back to this annual event of vital importance for histology and histotechnology community.
The previous years proved the exchange to be highly beneficial, and the contacts established and educational events held and attended – fruitful. LABLION appreciates every opportunity to meet the pathologist, lab managers and lab personnel in a live, friendly environment and not only partake in various discussions but also attribute to our products’ consequential improvement, and streamlining of laboratory workflow practices.
We are most looking forward to this years Symposium!
LABLION at IQMH Symposium 2015 (June 4-5, 2015)
June 4, 2015
Education is an integral part of LABLION’s commitment to the pathology lab community, and part of the ongoing mission to improve the industry's SOPs and unite the laboratories in their effort to raise the bar for patient safety and efficiency standards.
LABLION’s CEO Oleg Kondel was honored to partake in an educational event as part of IQMH Symposium 2015 with a lecture and seminar on the following: “Best practices in pathology: knowing exactly how you handle each human tissue specimen you process in Mississauga, Ontario”.
Re-defining “tracking” in accordance with the challenges of the modern lab practices, keeping the balance between Efficiency and Patient Safety, and Tracking System as a tool provider will be among the topics discussed during the talk given by LABLION at the Symposium. We are willing to share our knowledge and experience in realizing that tracking goes way beyond object ID, and is a complex procedural term.
We were happy and privileged to re-unite with the lab nation, and contribute to the pathology laboratory evolution through education, and being part of a series of even organized by IQMH, an organization that has been educating the community for over 40 years.